May 1994, Weissach, Porsche design centre the finished clay model.In May 1994, a meeting took place at the Porsche Style Center in Weissach.
The participants were the director Harm Lagay and his assistants Peter Reisinger, Roland Heiler, Eric Obers. They were there to outline an interesting project to Roberto and Alfredo Stola.
C88 would be a new running show car to be presented at the Beijing motor show.
The client was the Chinese government who were commissioning another 19 Show Cars from the world's leading automotive manufacturers all to be exhibited together. The purpose was to understand how these renowned automotive manufacturers imagined the future motorization of the Chinese family.
Porsche sent its clay model to Rivoli where the Stola spa modelers would build the fiberglass bodywork through the use of negative resins.
The interior model on the other hand is made entirely in the Stola modeling shop in Rivoli.The Porsche designer Achim Ansceidt was resident Stola for four months.
September 1994, Rivoli, G. Dequino, M. Samuelli, G. Comollo, S. Ardagna, S. Tropea, M. Vai, F. Rosiello.
September 1994 Rivoli, just before painting.
In both photos we recognize S. Ardagna and and M Samuelli.
October 1994 Rivoli, from the left Roland Heiler, Achim Anscheidt, Dequino, Vicky Berry, Dimaria and Bianco.
November 1994 ,the Porsche C88 conceptNovember 1994, the Porsche C88 concept interior
2019, currently the C88 prototype is exhibited in the Porsche museum in Zuffenhausen.